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S. Thompson..
W. Campbell..,
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D. Tappan ....

B. Lunt, &c...
J. Fcarson , &c. ,

D. Allen, &c

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J. Walter, &c

Nicholas Biddle, &c.

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J. Donaldson...

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S. McNally....



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400 tons.



August 3d to Gih, captured ship Charles and
Sally, snow Ann, brigs Caroline and John;
cargoes, rum, sugar, fustic, &c.

Pierced for GO guns ; among the "Rebel ships"
destroyed at Charleston, S. C., May 12th,
1780, according to Admiral Arbuthnot s offi
cial report.



Made one capture this year. The British
claim to have captured a vessel of this name
mounting 20 guns.



The " Centipede is credited with having made
one prize; have not found a commission
corresponding to this name.



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



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CAPTURES, &c.



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CEASAR

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CHARMING AMELIA

CHARMING PEGGY

CHARMING SALLY

CHARMING MOLLY

CHARMING POLLY

CHARMING POLLY

CHATHAM

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CHATHAM

CHEV. DE LA LUZERNE.
CHEV. DE LA LUZERNE.

CIVIL USAGE

CIVIL USAGE

CLINTON

COGDILL

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COLUMBIA

COLUMBUS

COLUMBUS

COMET

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B. Slater, &c

W. Woolsey

J. Adams, &c

D. Stevens, &c

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N. Palmer

R. Snell

D. Durham

C. Thompson

B. Chew

A. Hegney

J. Jauncey

T. Dunn

J. Stitwell, &c

A, Holmes

A. Ogilvie...



J. Montgomery, &c. .

J. Smith

J. Griffith

T. Morris

T. Parks

Giddinge

P. Martin, &c

W. Mariner

T. Tinker

J. Grcely

W. Sergeant

T.Moore, &c

Alex. Murray

J. Turpin & E. Allen

S. Waters

R. Ellidge

C. Harris, &c



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J. McCarty Pa.



J. Webber..
A. Bartlct..



Mass.
Mass.



June 5th, engaged an armed ship and brig for
2 hours, when both parties separated, suffi
ciently amused. The C. then proceeded to
Martinique, recapturing a schooner in her
passage.

At sea in May ; captured ship Lady Juliana.



A schooner of this name captured one sloop.

Also a boat of this name, Capt. T. Shaler, com
missioned in N. Jersey.



October, captured a snow with a cargo of pro
visions.

In company with other privateers, captured the
Privateer Revenge, formerly the "Blaze Cas
tle," 26 guns, after an action of 2 hours, and
loss of 5 killed and wounded.



November, captured one snow and one brig;
cargo fish, &c.



Captured Sloop St. Peter this year.



Sailed on her 1st cruise without instructions; on
her 2d, in November, captured Ship Clarissa
with lumber and 40 blacks; also the Schr.
Maria and Sloop George.

Captured 8 sail out of a Fleet of 15 off Sandy
Hook, June 12, 1780, and sent them into
Philadelphia.

Employed as an Express vessel.



132



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130
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Thomas Truxtun. . . .
J. Willet


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Pa.
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Pa.
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December ; at sea, engaged a brig of 1G guns,
75 men, and a schooner of 14 guns, 80 men,
for 2U minutes, when a frigate heavin? in
sight, hauled off with one killed and 2 wound
ed, the enemy s loss being 14 killed and 24
wounded. Pa. Gazette No- 2,740.

September Gth; off Charleston captured H. 15.
M. Ship Savage, Capt. Sterling, of 20 guns,
150 men, after a severe action of 2 hours, in
which the C. lost 30 men in killed and wound
ed, and the enemy 25 killed, including their
captain, and 31 wounded ; the S. had pre-


COMMERCE
COMMERCE
COMMERCE




P. Cox




COMMO. GALVEZ
CONCORD


M. Madan &c




CONCORD
CONGRESS
CONGRESS
CONGRESS
CONGRESS




G. Geddcs




on the Potomac. By the enemies account,
their vessel carried 16 guns and 72 men, their
loss 8 killed and 24 wounded, while they put
down the American loss at 50 killed and
wounded. The Savage was recaptured by a
British Frigate and carried into Charleston.

Captured the T. Ship Oxford with 220 men,
which was retaken from the prize crew, and
subsequently recaptured by Capt. John and
James Barron, afterwards of the U. S. Navy.
Captured several Jamaica ships in the West
Indies. Lt. Thomas Truxton (afterwards
Comino. Truxton) brought one of the prizes
into New Bedford.

Also Capt. J. Houston.

Assisted in an attack upon the British ships
"Rose and Phenix" in North river.

Off St. Kilts engaged a British armed ship for
3 hours, when the latter hauled off with loss
of mizenmast, &c.

Aug. 3, under Col. Topper, aided the Convention
in the attack as above related ; run aground,
and was finally captured by the enemy.
Captured by the Pomona frigate, carried into
Barbadoes, where the officers and crew were
imprisoned ; failing to obtain their paroles,
they finally effected their escape to Marti-
nico, and thence to the U. S.


S.Clark




CONGRESS




CONGRESS




CONGRESS




CONGRESS








CONNECTICUT


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DELAWARE | Schr. 2 .

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DELIGHT i Schr. 4

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G. House Conn.

J. Clifton : Penn.

S. Perkins, &c Mass.

.

T. Dexter, &c i Mass.

T. Davis : Penn.

W. Brown Mass.

D. Scovel Conn.

Tufts S. C.

T.Pickering S. C.

S. Harding Mass.



Nicholson Md.

Cooke j Md.

Smedley j Conn.

J. Barr, &c Mass.

B. Wickes.., . Pa.



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T. Park. . .



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W. Reed

Doughty Pa.

J. Barry, &c Pa.

J. Prole I Pa.

W. Smith Pa.

J. Angus Md.



J. Temple.



Mass.



M. Hall.&c Mass-



N. Post,&c Pa.

David Porter Md.

J. Fairnbault Md.

S. Cleaveland [ Pa.

D. Jacobs Mass.

I
N. Nichols N. H.

J, Felt Mass, 1



The British claim to have captured a cruiser of
this name previous to the Declaration of In
dependence.



Commissioned in 1775.



June 17, in company with 4 small privateers,
captured the transport ships " Annabella and
Howe," having on board 200 troops, after a
resistance of about one hour, during which
the enemy lost 18 killed, including Major
Menzies, 2d in command ; the D. had only
9 wounded. On the following day, offNan-
tasket Roads, captured the transport John &
George of 6 guns, and having on board 120
men. This cruiser was finally burnt in the
Penobseot, Aug. 14, 1779, to prevent her fall
ing into the hands of the enemy.

March, recaptured several vessels, prizes to the
Otto sloop of war.

Oct., captured asnow,schr.,am] sloop in Chesa
peake Bay, with cargoes of coffee, rum, sugar,
and logwood, and sent them to Annapolis.

June, captured the Revenge ship of 12 guns
and 72 men.



g | Employed in Hudson River.

9

1

1

8



1

1
8
9

6 On her passage to France for an armament, cap
tured a schooner.

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134



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T. Walker Md.


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Between July 1st and Aug. 30th, at sea, cap
tured ships Jane, Star & Garter, and Friend
ship; also snow Portland and brig Mars,
with cargoes of cocoa, fustic, rum, sugar, &c.

September, captured brig Royal Georgewith si
cargo of provisions, and a sloop with a cargr
of fish. This cruiser was also commands
by a Captain Wallers, at the commenccmen
of the Revolutionary war.

Several of these named are very likely the sam
vessel under a different rig and armament, o
under the same rig and carelessly classed ; ih
difference in this particular not being so we
defined at that time as at present.


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DIAMOND




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W. Knapp ! N.H.
Rice . . . Pa


DISCOVERY
DISDAIN
DISDAIN




W.Patterson Mass.
S Hall Mass


DISPENSER
DOLPHIN
DOLPHIN
DOLPHIN
DOLPHIN
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DOLPHIN


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J. Riley -N.H.
G. Powers, &c Maps.
W. Gray Mass.


G. Knowlton Mass.




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CAPTDRES, &c.



DOLPHIN Brig.

DOLLY Brig.

DONNA ANTHONY Brig

DON FRANCISCO Brig

DON GALVEZ Brig.

DON Q.UIXOT Schr.

DORCH ESTER Schr.

DOVE Schr.

DOVE Schr.

DRAGON Schr.

DRAGON Schr.

DRAGON Brig.

DRAKE Brig.

DREADNOUGHT Lug r.

DREADNOUGHT Boat.

DREADNOUGHT jGalley

DUKE OP LEICESTER....! Ship.
DUKE OF LEICESTER....! Brig.



EAGLE

EAGLE Ship

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EAGLE.



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EAGLE Schr.

EAGLE ! Schr.



Sloop



ECLIPSE

EDWARD Brig.

EFFINGHAM IGalley

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ELIZABETH j Ship.



ELIZABETH

ELIZABETH

ELIZABETH

ELIZABETH .,



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ELIZABETH

ELIZABETH

ENDEAVOR



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20
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35
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50
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E. Davis Mass.

J. Harr... ..! Md.



Pa.



H. Wilson, &c .....

S. Jones ........... ! Mass.



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S. Frazier Md.

E. Leiger Pa.

J. McCurdy Md.

T. Johnson, &c Md.

J. Handy Md.

J. Adams Mass.

N. Newman N.H.

A. Potter N.H.

A. Darnell Pa.

W. Bellomy Va.

R. Caldwcll Mass.

W. Taylor, &c.... Md.



Paine

N. Sargent

D. Brook

E. Conkling

J. Ashmead

J. Starr

J. Rcnner

J. Clark

A. Wilson

Mears ,

J. Vicary

W.Leeds

N. Cutting

M. Hopkins

J. Clark

S. West

C. Burns

N.Clark

Chas. Alexander. . . .

G. McAvoy

A. Brown



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August, at sea, captured ship Venus, cargo of
mahogany, shells, &c. ; another, not named,
loaded with cotton, rum, and sugar; also the
brig Virginia with a cargo of tobacco.

Captured 6 sail, and in manning tlie prizes re
duced the crew to 15, which were overpower
ed, and all, but 2 boys, killed. Was subse
quently recaptured by the Hancock privateer,
and finally blown up in New York in 1779.



Employed in the Delaware.



136



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



VESSELS.



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ENGILBERT Brig.

ENTERPRISE | Schr.

ENTERPRISE ] Sloop

ENTERPRISE j Brig.

ENTERPRISE Brig.

ENTERPRISE Brig.

ENTERPRISE .Galley

ENTERPRISE i Brig.

ENTERPRISE Schr.



ENTERPRISE



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Schr.



ENTERPRISE

i

ESSEX | Ship.

ETNA Firei Ship.

EXPEDITION Brig.

EXPERIMENT ! Galley

EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT..



EXPERIMENT

EXPERIMENT



Boat.



Brig.
Brig.
Brig.



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10 12



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1

12
12

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EXPERIMENT ! Schr.

EXCHANGE Ship.

EXCHANGE ; Schr.

EUNICE Brig.



FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR AMERICA

FAIR PLAY

FAIR PLAY

FAIR PLAY

FAIR LADY

FAIR TRADER..



Brig. | 14

Brig.j 8

3alley| 1

Brig.! 14



Brig.



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8
12

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Schr. 6
Schr. 2
Schr.! 4



Commanded by



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45

94

14

14
19

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40
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15
10 .... 40






54 J. Gale Va.

53 J. Campbell N. J.

15 W. Mariner N. J.

25 ! J. Dwight Pa.

.... D.Jackson N.H.

....j J. De White N. J.

14 E. Nickerson Mass,

25 G. House Conn

80 J. Day,&c Pa.

70 R.Gardner Pa.

60 G. Handy Md.

16 J. Bryson Md.

150 J. Cathcart Mass.

.... Wm. Gamble Pa.

25 U. Lombard, &c.... Mass

50 Thompson Pa.

80 N. Sage j Pa.

J. Winning j Pa.

W. Brice ! Pa.

W.Noyes N.H

S. Ingersol | Mass

G. Williams ! Mass

T. Parker Mass

i J. Bulkley, &c Conn

S. Forrester, &c Mass

H.Tibbets Mass

E. Peck Mass

Morgan ; S. C.

30 J. Frost, ftc N.H.

. H. Moffit.. .N.H.



...90 S.Chaplin Conn.

I
...130 Stephen Decatur, &c. Pa.

... 110 P.Eldridge Pa.

G L. Keersted ! Md.



J. Sorncs .
E. Drake.



Mass.
Conn.



S. Lee Pa.



15 J. Dennis.
14 i P. Geyer,.



Mass.
Mass.



CATTURES, &c.



In July and August: captured ship Lancaster
of 4 guns and 16 men; ship Black River, cargo
of rum and sugar; snow James of Lancaster,
23 men, cargo of cotton ; brig Two Betseys,
cargo of molasses and rum ; schooner Liber
ty, cargo of rum and salt; sloop Modesty &
Tortola, cargo of sugar, &c.

July 22d, captured ship Earl of Errol of 6 guns,
cargo valued at $100,000; also at the same
time ship Nevis, after a resistance of 1 hour.



(A vessel of this name, of 10 guns, is reported
to have been captured from the British in
1778.)



Employed in the Delaware.



October ; in company with the Privateer Hoi-
ker, captured 4 vessels.



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Guns.
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c

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s


Commanded by


.H
i 5

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-i
Q


CAPTURES, &c.


FALMOUTH Bri-.


3 4


in


B. Bassett .




2




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2 ....


30


I. McClenahan ....


Pa.


o




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16


70


J Gensell &c


Pa


1




FAME i Brig.
FAME ! Bri.


10 ....
9


CO
40


U. Smith &W.Frene
J Taylor


Pa.

Pa



1




FAME Schr.


4 ....


15




Pa.


9




FAME ! Schr.
FANCY Ship.


6 ....
10 ....


14
95


D. Campbell, &c....
S. Coffin


Pa.
N. H


1






FANCY Ship.


s 1


95


S. Rice


N H


1




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4 ....


1






1




FANNY Brig.


1
6 ....


15


H. Woodbury


Mass.







FANNY I Brig.


6 ....


12


S. Bullfinch


Pa.


1




FANNY i Ship.


12 7


40


B. Loxly


Md.


9




FARMER Sloop


4 ....


19


E. Egleston




o




FAVORITE ! Bri .






Coffin


R. J.


g




FAVORITE Brig.








R. I.




s


goes rum, sugar, and pimento.


FAVORITE Brig.


10 ....


90


E. Davis


Mass


1


of logwood.


FAVORITE Brig.


11 ....


50






1




FAVORITE : Brig.


14 ....


7,5




Pa.


1




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C ....


20


N. Sargent


Pa.


1




FAYETTE Brk.


14 ....


60


R. Slicwell


Pa.


n




FAYETTE Brig.


18 ....


60




Pa.


o




FELICITY Schr.


8 ....


90


P. Wine


Pa.


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6 6


95


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Md






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10 4


95


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Md


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10 ....


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16 ....


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FIREBRAND Boat.
FINANCIER Brig.


.... 1
6 ....


10

15


H. Nicholas, &c....
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Conn.
Pa


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i




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8 ....


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14 ....


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Mass


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FLORA Ship.
FLORA Ship.


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30


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Pa.
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PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



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CAPTURES, &c.


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fi


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Brig.


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Mass.


i




FLYING FISH


Boat.




1


T*


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Pa.


9


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FORTY-FIVE . .


Ship.


11




7n


J. Beach


Mass.


o




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Brig.

Schr.


14

8


....


60

so


B. Ives, R. Oben,&c.


Mass.
Mass.


1
1




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Sloop


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Schr.


9




10




Conn.


6




FORTUNATE . . . .


Schr.




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Schr.




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9




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Schr.


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FOX . . . .


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Brig.


10

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30


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9




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(i


f May 17, off Boslon, captured Ship Hope, of G
guns, and 17 men, in sight of the British fleet,
with a cargo of powder, carbines, gun car
riages, &c.; and, in June following, beat off
several armed Burses from the British fleet,


PR ANICT TM


Ship.


18




95


S. Devol


Mass.


1


1 sinking two and killing several of the enemy.
Capt. Mungford received a mortal wound in
^ this affair. See, also, this Cruiser in 1775.
A Privateer of this name, of 8 guns, Capt. J.


FR AlVKf IM


Ship.


18




100


J. Hallct


Mass.


1


Robinson, captured the Schr. True Blue, of
10 guns, and two others, her prizes, in 1779.


FRANKLIN .


Whin.


18




00




Pa.


1


There was also a Galley of this name out of
Pennsylvania in 1776. Capt. Boyle.



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ARMED VESSELS, ETC.



139



VESSELS.



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Commanded by



CAPTURES, &o.



FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN

FRANKLIN

FREEDOM

FREEDOM

FREEDOM

FREEDOM

FREEMASON

FREEMASON

FREEMASON

FRIENDS ADVENTURE..
FRIENDS GOOD WILL...

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDS EIIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

FRIENDSHIP

GAME COCK |

GAME COCK !

GAME COCK

GANNET

GATES

GATES

GENEVA

GEN. ARNOLD

GEN. LEE

GEN. LEE

GEN. LINCOLN

GEN. GALVEZ

GEN. GALVEZ



GEN. GATES.



Schr.
Sloop
Schr.
Grig.
Sloop
Schr.
Sloop
Sloop
Sloop
Sloop
Sloop
Brig.
Ship.
Ship.
Ship.
Ship.
Brig.
Schr.
Boat.
Brig.
Sloop
Brig.
Ship.



Schr.
Schr.
Schr.
Sloop
Boat.
Sloop
Brig.
Brig.
Schr.
Brig.
Sloop
Ship.



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13



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Schr.i <



...15

C ; 25



...15
...18

... GO
11 30
30
25
14
6 20
18
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70
30
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40
25
18
20
20
30
40

30
30
16
15

7
40
45

120
50

90
10 30

411



S. Cox, &c

J. Tale

Skimmer

B. Obcr

T. Park

S. Brainard

J. Clouston

N. Stoddard

E. Combs

W.Thomas

K. Paverly

W. Leithe

S. Mausis

Dan l Waters

G. Mansfield ..

J. Gourlcy

J. Ball

J. Babcock

H. Murfits

J.Elwell

J. Ball

J. Martin

J. McCabe..



Pa.

Md.

Mass.

Mass.

Conn.

Conn.

Mass.

Mass.

Mass.

Md.

N. H.

Pa.

Mass.

Mass.

Mass.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Pa.

Md.

Va.



GEN. GATES ! Sloop



50
10

15



R. Smith Mass

I

D. Roberts Conn.

S. Thompson Conn

W. Rudden Pa.


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